Aura Photo and Chakra Imaging
Have you ever wondered what your aura looks like?
Do you know what an aura is?
Can you get a picture of your aura?
Does your mood, feelings and thoughts affect your aura?
What is Aura Photography?
All living things are energy and vibration. We have an electromagnetic field all around our body. We can measure these fields with impressive technology by placing your hand on a sensor. The sensor captures these electromagnetic fields and translates them to colors and graphs. This information allows us interpret the current status of your mood, emotions, thoughts, personality and your Chakras. Your Aura and Chakras are constantly changing so you can come in often for your aura and chakra photo.
Aura Photo and Chakra Imaging
Your Aura Photo and Chakra Imaging includes taking your Aura Photo, a brief explanation of your Aura colors, the status of your Chakras and a very detailed 13-14 page PDF that is emailed to you.
We’re excited to have this latest technology in our spa.
Schedule your appointment today for your own personal Aura and Chakra photo.
How was this technology discovered?
In 1889, Czech B. Navratil coined the word “electrography”.
Seven years later in 1896, a French experimenter, H. Baraduc, created electrographs of hands and leaves.
In 1898, Polish-Belarusian engineer Jakub Jodko-Narkiewicz demonstrated electrography at the fifth exhibition of the Russian Technical Society.
In 1939, Semyon Kirlian accidently discovered a photographing technique that showed an aura around a person by electrifying two photographic plates. This process is also known as “electrography”, “electrophotography”, “corona discharge photography” (CDP), “bioelectrography”, “gas discharge visualization (GDV)”, “electrophotonic imaging (EPI)”,] and, in Russian literature, “Kirlianography”.
In more modern times, Dr. Hunt was a pioneering scientist who was the first to measure the human bioenergy field in a laboratory. Her early research established the validity of bioenergy fields by measuring vibrations of the field with high frequency electronic instruments and capturing these on video and audio tapes. Her groundbreaking work was published in Infinite Mind: Science of the Human Vibrations of Consciousness in 1996. Dr. Hunt was consulted in space biology for NASA and was also a field reader for US Department of Health, Education and Welfare research grants.
There’s more information on this science from ScienceDirect.com.
In November 4th, 2015, the NIH, The National Library of Medicine which is part of the National Center for Biotechnology Information, from this link and this link, they were quoted with the following statement: “Evidence for the existence of the biofield now exists, and current theoretical foundations are now being developed.”
Other examples of our biofield is most known as and ECG or EEG scans of the heart. Technicians place sensors in various areas of the heart and the body to read this electromagnetic biofield. Since the heart is the largest electromagnetic field generator, its electromagnetic field can reach up to 8 feet away from the body. HeartMath is quoted as saying: “The heart has been considered the source of emotion, courage and wisdom for centuries. For more than 31 years, the HeartMath Institute Research Center has explored the physiological mechanisms by which the heart and brain communicate and how the activity of the heart influences our perceptions, emotions, intuition and health.” This is totally in line with what the Heart Chakra has represented for a millennia. Knowing that science if finally catching up with what was known during the early times of humanity, it’s great that it’s now coming available for us in scientific studies that we can use today. Continued research is on going from scientists world wide at the labs of HeartMath.